The Moroccan Ministry of Education denies removing lessons on the Palestinian issue from the school curriculum The Moroccan Ministry of Education denies removing lessons on the Palestinian issue from the school curriculum

The Moroccan Ministry of Education denies removing lessons on the Palestinian issue from the school curriculum

The Moroccan Ministry of Education denies removing lessons on the Palestinian issue from the school curriculum

The Director of Curriculum at the Ministry of National Education, Primary Education and Sports in Morocco, Mohamed Zerouali, denied what was circulated about the deletion of lessons related to the issue of Palestine and the Arab Levant from academic curricula.

Zerouali confirmed in a statement to the Moroccan “Hespress” website that “there was no deletion of these lessons from the curriculum,” noting that the ministry “had previously approved a reference document for adapting study programs in all educational streams, and this document did not include any text on deleting important lessons.” The Palestinian cause".

Zerouali explained that "the reference documents for adapting study programs are available on the official website of the Ministry and everyone can view them."


An analyst comments on allegations that Israel provided security guarantees to Egypt in exchange for control of the Philadelphia axis

Political analyst Ashraf Abu Al-Hol commented on the Hebrew media's allegations about Israel providing security guarantees to Egypt in exchange for control of the Philadelphia axis.
Abu Al-Hol said: “Egypt certainly rejects any attack on the Salah al-Din Axis and the Philadelphia Axis, and Egypt is committed to implementing the provisions of the security annex to the Camp David Accords, and therefore Israel is trying to search for any way out in order to say that it was able to control this axis.” 

He added: “At first they were talking about occupying the axis, then they started talking about Egyptian approval to enter the axis, then they started talking about another solution, which is that Israel will take security control of this axis without military control and without deploying monitoring, command and control equipment, but so far it is clear that Statements on which no decision has been reached.”

He pointed out that "there is Egyptian pressure on Israel and there are Egyptian-American consultations," adding that "there is an American rejection of Israel threatening its relationship with Egypt, which is a very important strategic relationship."

Abu Al-Hol pointed out that “America believes that one of its greatest achievements is convincing the Egyptians and Israelis to sign a peace agreement, and that in general Israel is expected to put military pressure on the city of Rafah after it put pressure on all of Gaza from north to south and reached Khan Yunis,” indicating that “Israel is ending its intensive operations in Khan Yunis and is looking for an excuse to enter Rafah to search for tunnels. In general, it is bombing Rafah and making minor incursions, but the risks are still present, and any intense pressure on Rafah may lead to pushing more than a million Palestinians there, and perhaps a million and a half, to rush towards The Egyptian border, and this will cause tension in relations.”

The analyst stressed that “Egypt is dealing wisely and calmly with this issue, and wants to preserve the Palestinians within their lands, as well as increase the entry of aid, and is working intensively to implement what was agreed upon in the Paris Agreement or in the outcome of the meeting that included the United States, Israel, Egypt, and Qatar.” .

He explained that Egypt is "working to persuade all parties to accept a ceasefire, exchange prisoners, and reach the withdrawal of the Israeli occupation forces from Gaza. All of this is moving towards the stage of not reaching the stage of Saddam in Rafah and the Philadelphia axis, and so far it is clear that the majority of parties and politicians in Israel want Maintaining a relationship with Egypt without tension, without returning to armed conflict again, and the whole world supports this trend, and he hinted that there is a right-wing presence in Israel and there is Netanyahu, but so far things are under control.”

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